Former Mckinsey & Co consultant Andrew Doman has joined the Wesleyan Assurance Society in Birmingham as a non-executive director.
He has been with the global consultancy for 22 years, most recently as a director leading on client relationships in the financial services sector. His clients include a range of banks, insurance companies and asset managers.
Wesleyan chairman Lowry Maclean said: “Attracting a man of Andrew’s remarkable ability and experience to Wesleyan is quite an achievement.
“He brings many skills with him, particularly his exceptional client management abilities honed in companies across continents; also his aptitude for strategic and incisive thought.
“His great strength has been to radically improve the performance of financial services companies, including a number of household names.
“Andrew will have much to offer Wesleyan. He joins two earlier appointments, Derek Zissman, the recently-retired vice chairman of KPMG, and Bryan Jackson, retired chief executive of Toyota UK, making a very strong non-executive contingent of the society board.”
Mr Doman said: “While at McKinsey, I worked with Wesleyan on refining the society’s strategic direction and I have always admired the determination and passion to succeed that is evident from the board and executive management team.
“I’m joining at an exciting time as the society has just been named Life Insurer of the Year and is expanding its sales force to allow further development.
“My experience will be very relevant to Wesleyan and I look forward to working with my colleagues to help the Society achieve even greater success.”
Andrew Doman was born in Australia and qualified as a doctor. He worked as a healthcare management consultant in the New South Wales Health Department and also spent five years in the Australian Diplomatic Service before joining McKinsey.